It is always interesting to see who might be the best coach in the world. Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp come to mind when you think of Premier League managers, but they have very different achievements.
The knockout for Guardiola will always be that he’s simply got huge sums of money to spend, so it’s easy to overlook his tactical accomplishments, while Klopp has spent a lot here and there, but his work at Liverpool is more impressive in terms of the squad he has.
It looks like Erik ten Hag isn’t going to get hundreds of millions simply to buy his way to glory, so it’s going to take some fine management to get the best out of the players, and maybe just do it. Anthony Martial.
The French striker seemed very uninterested in the past two seasons and the match went by him very regularly, but he looked hungry in the pre-season and impressed in the matches, so perhaps the Dutch coach can finally achieve the best results. for him.
It has already been reported times Tin Hag is happy with what he’s seen from Martial and believes he can get consistently great offers from him, so he’s gone from a confirmed departure this summer to a major role next year.
If Tin Hag can do that with players like Martial, Rashford and Maguire, it will show that he is a very good coach, so it will be interesting to see what he can get from those who did so poorly last season.